Monday, members of the Minnesota Liberian community presented detailed financial reports to 12 News showing how all of the Barway Collins donation money was spent.
Some of that money went toward the funeral, and some went toward Barway Collins' biological mother, Louise Karluah, to help her stay in the United States.
Between the dates of March 24 to May 8, a total of $5,214 was deposited into the Barway Collins Donation Fund at TCF Bank.
This is the list of expenses from that account: 4/6/2015 -- $1,137.00 for Collins family support 4/20/2015 -- $520.00 for a birth certificate and passport processing fee for Louise Karluah (Barway's biological mother) 4/23/2015 -- $330.00 for Humanitarian Parole document processing fee 4/27/2015 -- $80.00 for Additional Humanitarian Parole document processing fee 5/5/2015 -- $552.34 for Louise's son's support in Liberia and personal expenses 5/18/2015 -- $266.00 for TMZ Media Group funeral program
That left a balance of $2,328.66, which was presented to Louise Karluah.
Between the dates of April 16 to May 15, a total of $4990.00 was deposited into the Barway Collins Donation Fund at Wells Fargo Bank.
This is the list of expenses from that account: 5/12/2015 -- $2,650.00 for a round trip air ticket 5/15/2015 -- $2,138.39 for Estes Funeral Chapel
That left a balance of $201.61, which was presented to Louise Karluah.
Karluah arrived in the U.S. from Libera on April 27 to attend Barway's funeral. At a news conference on Saturday, she thanked all of the people who have supported her financially, spiritually and emotionally in the days and weeks after her son's death.
Meantime, Karluah's attorney, Marcus Jarvis, told reporters that she was only given 30 days to stay in the U.S., but on May 5, he filed a request with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services USCIS in Chicago to extend her stay.
Jarvis said that Karluah remaining in the U.S. would allow her to attend the trial of Pierre Collins and make visits to Barway's grave.
"I believe it's very likely," Jarvis said, when asked whether he thought Karluah would be granted the extension. "I believe she has the evidence to support such a request."
Jarvis went on to say that there has been no progress on that front yet because USCIS gets millions of applications every day, but they're hoping for the best.
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